,Magnesium,Magnesiums

Magnesium
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Stemming Variations: Magnesiums
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    • Magnesium (Mg) chelatase is a heterotrimeric enzyme complex that catalyzes a key regulatory and enzymatic reaction in chlorophyll biosynthesis, the insertion of Mg2 into protoporphyrin IX...

    Heather M. Rissleret al. Chlorophyll Biosynthesis. Expression of a Second Chl I Gene of Magnesi...

    • Magnesium (Mg) is a conspicuous constituent of hard tissues but its possible role in biomineralization is poorly understood. It is possible that Mg2+ adsorbed onto bioapatites may contribute to the modulation of crystal growth as such inhibitory activity has been reported for synthetic apatites. The present study was undertaken to determine the adsorption isotherms of Mg ions onto synthetic apatites and biominerals in tooth and bone tissues in the presence of other ions of natural occurrence...

    T. Aobaet al. Competitive adsorption of magnesium and calcium ions onto synthetic an...

    • Magnesium (Mg) is a biologically essential mineral and Mg deficiency is known to lead to severe biochemical and symptomatic disorders. Radioactive isotopes and, more recently, stable isotopes have been used as research tools to determine intestinal Mg absorption in humans and animals under different nutritional and physiological conditions...

    Christine Feillet-Coudrayet al. The Stable Isotope Use in the Exploration of Bioavailability and Metab...

    • Magnesium (Mg) is the main intracellular divalent cation, and under basal conditions the small intestine absorbs 30–50% of its intake. Normal serum Mg ranges between 1.7–2.3 mg/dl (0.75–0.95 mmol/l), at any age. Even though eighty percent of serum Mg is filtered at the glomerulus, only 3% of it is finally excreted in the urine. Altered magnesium balance can be found in diabetes mellitus, chronic renal failure, nephrolithiasis, osteoporosis, aplastic osteopathy, and heart and vascular disease...

    Carlos G. Musso. Magnesium metabolism in health and disease

    • Magnesium (Mg 2 � ) is the most abundant divalent cation in plant cells and plays a critical role in many physiological processes...

    Legong Liet al. A Novel Family of Magnesium Transport Genes in Arabidopsis

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